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He is President of EDA Consultants (formerly known as blasts. Another similar problem is the one due to accidental chemical explosions in petrochemical Day 1 Engineering Dynamics Associates). Previously he held senior technical positions at Lummus Company, and other industrial facilities. Load computation, structural response analysis and structural design for introduction Foster Wheeler Corporation and Impell Corporation. both of these problems are similar. Therefore, these two topics are covered together in this course. He has published two books and over 50 technical papers, and authored numerous technical reports. Load Computation This short course will teach you how to design steel and concrete structures to withstand bomb blasts He received ASME’s Best Paper Award in 1986. He has taught short courses for practicing engineers There are many commonalities between loads generated by bomb blasts and those by and accidental chemical explosions. during the past 20 years. He has a B.E. in Civil Engineering from University of Madras, India, an M.E. in accidental chemical explosions in petrochemical and other industrial facilities, so these two The course is divided into five parts: (1) Load computation, (2) Structural material behavior under in- Civil Engineering from Indian Institute of Science, and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from University of cases are discussed together. Necessary equations, graphs and tables are provided. Several tense, short-duration dynamic loads, (3) Structural response analysis, (4) Progressive collapse analy- Waterloo, Canada. numerical examples are solved. sis, and (5) Structural design for bomb blasts and chemical explosions. A number of fully worked out material behavior (Steel and Concrete) examples will be presented. The detailed step-by-step analysis/design procedures illustrated in these Structural material behavior under intense, short-duration dynamic loads is different from that examples will serve as a useful guide for your projects. under normal operating loads. For example, strength of some materials under rapidly applied Emphasis of the course is not on derivation of equations but on the use of relevant equations in prac- dynamic loads is higher than static strength. The differences in behavior are discussed with tical problems. Numerical examples are solved throughout the course, and at the end the complete illustrative examples. Necessary graphs and charts are included in course material. StEEL FRAmED BuILDIngS: PRACtICAL ISSuES In DESIgn AnD REnovAtIon structural design of a steel and concrete building, from roof to foundation, is presented. Participants • Resistance - Deflection Curves This online course provides answers to a multitude of practical questions related to design and reno- will have ample opportunity to interact with the instructor and discuss their questions. No prior • Stress - Strain Curves vation of steel framed buildings. The main emphasis is on low and mid-rise buildings framed with knowledge of structural dynamic analysis is necessary. structural steel, but discussion includes related materials, such as open-web joists and lintels. The • Effect of Strain Rate course will cover new construction, including design for lateral loads. Some recent changes in the • Dynamic Strength Increase SEMINAR BENEFITS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES 2005 AISC Specifications for Structural Steel Buildings and other authoritative publications are ex- • Deformation Limits – Learn how to compute loads generated by bomb blasts or accidental chemical explosions plained and illustrated with design examples. Topics of building renovation and retrofit for wind and seismic loads are also explored. The course covers the problems, evaluation methods, and various Day 2 – Learn how to determine structural response to blast and explosion loads renovation techniques for beams, girders, columns, and connections, illustrated with design examples Structural response analysis – Understand structural material behavior under intense short-duration dynamic loads and case studies. 12 hours. 1.2 CEUs Most blast/explosion response analyses are conducted by nonlinear methods. Either a (it is different from behavior under static loads or usual dynamic operating loads) “coupled global analysis” or a “member-by-member analysis” may be used. The former is StREngtHEnIng StRuCtuRAL StEEL BEAmS – Learn how to perform progressive collapse analysis often performed using finite element method. The course provides a basic discussion and This webinar-on-CD starts with a summary of the main issues and some code provisions for renovat- – Design steel and concrete members (columns, beams, slabs, walls, foundations) subjected to ing steel structures. It proceeds to practical methods of assessment of existing steel beams, including references to nonlinear finite element analysis computer programs. Emphasis of the course bomb blasts and chemical explosions the relevant reference material on the allowable stresses used in early constructions. The discussion is on “member-by-member analysis” technique that does not require knowledge of finite – Receive a completely worked-out design example of a steel and concrete building, including then moves to the central topic – the various methods of strengthening structural steel beams. A element method. Equations, graphs and tables required for this type of analysis are included in step-by-step calculations number of step-by-step design examples illustrate the design procedures involved. The last topic the class material. Approximations involved and where the method may and may not be used is strengthening beam connections, which often require reinforcement whenever the beams are are discussed. Several example problems are solved to illustrate the procedure. – Receive a comprehensive set of notes and books containing tables, charts and graphs necessary strengthened. 1.5 hours. 0.2 CEUs Pressure-impulse Diagrams and Damage assessment Diagrams for the analysis and design WInD LoADS onLInE CouRSE Development of Pressure-Impulse diagrams (P-I diagrams) and damage assessment diagrams This course is an online version of the popular ASCE workshop. Topics include wind effects (e.g., and their use in structural design are discussed. ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES Bernoulli’s equation, patterns over buildings, and effects of roof geometry), basic design wind speed, Design of Structural members Students’ achievement of the learning outcomes will be assessed through a series of problem-solving design wind loads, how to use the ASCE-7 standard (plus three worked solutions), frequently asked design exercises, class discussion following the presentation of each major topic, and through short Results of load computation, structural response analysis and material behavior are combined questions, other codes, and where to get further information. After completing this course, you will case studies. to present design of structural members (columns, beams, slabs, walls, foundations) subjected be able to: explain basic air flow concepts and the effects of wind on structures; describe and calculate different wind speed measures; describe and calculate the parameters of the design wind speed equa- to bomb blasts or accidental chemical explosions. Several examples in reinforced concrete and tions, and; use the standard to calculate design wind loads. 9 hours. 9.0 PDHs steel design are presented. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Structural engineers and engineering supervisors who are responsible for analyzing, designing or Day 3 In-House Presentations qualifying structures subjected to bomb blasts or accidental chemical explosions, as well as engi- Progressive Collapse analysis neering supervisors and managers responsible for auditing, reviewing or approving such tasks will Importance of progressive collapse analysis and government guidelines are discussed. Tie force benefit from this course. This course is intended for engineers, supervisors and managers who are Let us come to you. method and alternate path method are presented along with illustrative examples of steel and new to structural design for blast/explosion loads. No prior knowledge of structural dynamic analysis concrete buildings. ASCE seminars can be: is necessary. • Presented at your organization Case histories and Lessons Learned • Scheduled at your convenience Several examples of both failures and successes in the past are presented and lessons from Live Interactive Webinars - • Tailored to the needs of your staff these examples are discussed. Exceptionally convenient and very cost-effective! No Travel! Pay one site reg- An on-site program can reduce the per Final Design example istration fee and unlimited number of participants can attend from that site! person cost by more than 25% and Methods and examples presented in the previous sections are integrated into a complete Get real time answers to your questions, while earning one PDH per seminar hour. your total training cost by 50% design example of a steel/concrete building system. Detailed step-by-step calculations are Visit: http://www.asce.org/webinar/list for a complete listing. included in course material given to participants.